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SATURDAY. AUGUST 14, 1880
Ikcllkc from Knliulu!
Btmr Jns Makee from ICnunl
Stmr Mokolll from Moloknl
Sfmr S S Zealandia for San Francisco
Bk Ciilbarlcn for San Francisco
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stmr Likelike for Kuhulul
Stmr Mokolll for Moloknl
VESSELS IN PORT.
Hktno W II Dlniond Swift
llktuo Ella llnst
Tern Eva Wikninn
Qer bk Livingstone
Bktne Mary Winkelmnn, I5ncku
Qcr sclir Mary C Ilolim,
Ilk Iloidcn, Joycnson
Norwegian bark Aurora, Snttcrlanil
Haw brig Allio Howe, J Phillips, from
Hongkong, dhe Sept 10 to Nov 10.
Bol bark Don Nioolns, lions, from
Port Townsend, W T, duo July 20-1)1.
NIc bk Klmljlo, Howard, from De
parturo Hay, B r, duo Juno Sii-30.
Qer bark Pacific, Oltman, from Bra
men, duo Sept 20-110.
Am bark California, from Port Town
send. W T, due Aug 1-11.
Brit Ijk Isle of Erin, Nicholson, from
Liverpool, due July 15-31.
Am bk Edward May, Johnson, from
Boston, due August 20-31.
Brit sldp Amnmi, from Liverpool, duo
Am schr Ida Schnauer, from Eureka,
Cal, due at Kahnlui, July 20-30.
lirlt bark Iioncrag, from Liverpool,
due October 15-30.
Brit bark W II Watson, from Liver
pool, due October 1-20.
Am ship Fairfield, from Hongkong,
due August 20-U0.
Am bark Nicolas Thayer, Crosby,
from Newcastle, N S W, due August
Am bark Elsinore, G W Jcnks. from
Newcastle, N S V, due August 20-30.
Am bark Pacific Slope, Barnes, from
Newcastle, N S V, due September
O S S Australia, (Haw), II Webber,
from San Francisco, August 23d.
It M S S Mararoa, (Brit) James Edle,
from the Colonies, en route to San
Francisco, dun August 2Sth.
Am bgtue Discovery, II Meyer, from
San Fraucisco. due Aug 13-17
Am bark FP Lctchiord, J Babcock,
from Hongkong, due Aug 11-1S
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Jas Makee 474 bags sugar, 00
bas paddy, 41 bbls molasses mid
For San Francisco, per S S Zealatulla,
Aug 14th Cabin D Foster, Miss
Champ, Prof Kellog and wife, Mrs T K
Day, Mr J W Girvlu, D Ilaukius. Jas
Murray, S Roth, Geo O VjUlliains and
wife, C II Bishop, J II Putnam, Miss
Eva Putnam. Steerage J O Shea, L
Kcedlin, wife and child, M A Lund
wald, M Gomes and wife, II Harrison,
E Gathe, J Kopora wife and G children,
"W Anbury, T S Holloway, R S Wilbur,
Geo Decring H M Uanscr, and 2
From Kahnlui and liana, per stmr
Likelike, Aug 14th T K Clarke, W
Uffel, T W Everett, Miss O McDuff, G
C 'Williams and wife, K T Wilder, Mary
IUloha, E F Hopke. It D Halbrldge, W
C Wilder, Miss Walker, 4 Chinese and
From Kauai, per Jas Makee, Aug 14th
S E Bishop, C 11 BMiopM 1) Mou
sarrat and wife, Miss G Robinson, II
Mackintosh, W Urguliardt, 2 Chinese,
and 20 deck.
The S S Zealandia sailed at noon fof
Han Francisco. She took 12,473 bags of
sugar. 1,440 bags of rice, 1,705 bananas,
3,038 dry hides, 20 bdls goat skins, 535
bdls sugar eane, 250 bdls green hides, S
oxb of betel leaves, and one sack of coin
(601)0). Value of domestic produce
- -J'he Bk Caibarlen sailed for San Fran
c'lsconliis afternoon for San Francisco,
with 0,001, hags of sugar valued at
LOCAL & RENEHAL NEWS.
Stkamek Kinau is due to-morrow
morning from windward ports.
Tun Honolulu nnd Hawaii base
ball clubs play at Makiki this after
noon. The sidewalk in front of Fort-street
Church is being covered with line
i meeting of the
Post, No. 45, this
The schooner Nettio Merrill will
take machinery to Punaluu, Hawaii,
The Y. M. C. A. croquetto club
was photographed by Mr. Gonsalves
tlio other ovening.
CiiAM.KNni: skating race between
Ilartinan and Nnpoleon at tho Yoso
mito rink this evoning,
WKIJ.H, Fargo it Co. shipped by tlio
Zealandia a sack of coin containing
.fl20 in gold and $270 in silver.
Mkhhhh. O. Brewer it Co.
warded to Kan Francisco by
Zealandia to-day .'1,035 dry hides.
tlio Mkssks. Irwin & Co. shipped 8,8110
bags of sugar by tlio Zealandia this
noon and Mr, Widcmann 2,G0(J bngs.
The Inter-Island Steam Naviga
tion Co.'s now steamer is expected
bore to-morrow from San Francisco.
At tlio meeting of the Myrtlo Boat
Club last ovening, Mr. Fred W.
Wimdonborg was elected it member
of the club.
Tin: Hawaiian Mission Children's
Society will meet at tho residence of
Mr. J. 11. Atherton this evening
jit 7 :30 o'clock.
AVili, tho gentleman who adverlis-'
ed a horso found, a day or two ago,
please leave his address at this office,
as eoveral persons have been making
Titn first division of LUIuoknlanl
Educational Society will have n
special meeting on Tuesday next,
17th instant, ut II o'clock v. t,, in the
room of Engine Co. No. 1, Every
member is earnestly desired lo at
tend. Thomas Muldoon, who is n "solid
man," lias opened a coffee saloon in
tlio Cosmopolitan block, Kinianu
street. Mr. Muldoon having deter
mined to Hiiccced despite tlie keen
competition of Celestials, lias adopted
"Excelsior" as his motto, and "Excel
sior" is the naine of his saloon.
The second battalion drill of this
week, under command of the King,
took place nt Palace Square last even
ing. The turn out was not so huge
as on Thursday night. One of the
companies had but 12 men, while the
Rilles did not participate. The evolu
tions of the battalion were the same
ns thoo of previous drills. The Rilles
were to have been the color guard,
but having only 8 men, on necount.
of the Myrtle Boat Club meeting,
were excused by His Majesty.
Mr. John H. Paty, who returned
from tlio Slates by tho Alameda last
Saturday, brought, besides many
tilings, 2 beautiful pictures, which ho
has placed on view at King Bros'.
Art store, Hotel street. One of tho
pictures represents the yachts
"Puritan" and "Gencsta" in "The
Finish" ofl'Sandv Hook, on .Septem
ber Kith, 1885. Tlio other shows II
pretty young ladies in Japanese cos
tunic, taken from a scono in the
Opera of "Mikndo."
The departure of the Oceanic s. s.
"Zealandia" nt noon to-day was a
rather quiet event. Some of the few
passengers were decorated with the
Hawaiian insignia of love and re
spect tlio "lei." The King was on
the wharf; also His Excellency Geo.
W. Merrill, United States Minister
Resident; Htm. C. R. Bishop, Messie.
J. II. Patv, P. C. Jones, J. O. Carter,
Tlios. R. Foster, (J. M. and A. F.
Cooke, many other gentlemen, and
of ladies a liuineiou.s galaxy. The
noble ship got away smoothly with
out a hitch.
"Haiu'Eu's Monthly" for August
contains an article on "Transatlantic
Captains," and gives a cut of Captain
E. 11. Frcetli, brother of Mr. J. 1).
Frceth of Frcetli & Peacock. Cap
tain Freeth is u British subject and
commands the Steamship "British
Princess." Harper says: "The man
who guides the 'British Princess'
through trackless seas is a second
edition of Cnptain Shackford. He is
only 3 and 30, and if ever another
Andromeda is chained to an ocean
rock, this handsome young Conway
sailor is the man to enact Perseus.
Like the late commander of the 'Illi
nois' ho is a favorite with everyone
and promises in a few years to be
one of the best-known men who sail
the Atlantic." Captain Freeth looks
very much like his brother J. D. of
Enrron Bulletin : If a man is
found on the streets beaten so that
he can't talk everybody seems to
know who did it, yet none of the
gang will squeal, because it might
let the tiger out of the hole on King
street. Now lots of people know
that there has been a faro game
going on for some time, but it's no
body's funeral. When a big able-bodied-
rough, or several roughs,
hammer two helpless drunks, then it
is time for the people to act if the
Police won't. One who Knows.
The Haleakahi Ranch Company,
of Maui, have recently purchased
from the Woodlawn Dairy and Stock
Company, of Honolulu, 200 head of
selected dairy cows and heifers, and
about 50 calves. Fifty-one cows
and 82 calves were shipped on the
Likelike, on Tuesday, the 10th inst.
The balance of the stock sold will
go forward as fast as steamer accom
modation will admit. Among the
animals shipped on the Likelike,
special mention should he made of a
Holstein bull calf "Dutchman 2nd,"
horn on the 14th day of March,
1880, being under five months old,
"a perfect beauty," black and
white in color, and weighed on that
day (August 10th) 452 pounds.
This mammoth was raised on skim
milk. A larger or finer calf of its ago
can seldom he found anywhere. Tho
Woodlawn Dairy and Stock Company
have some heifers !i0 mouths old, of
their own raising, which gave this
year Hi quart each per day.
"Blood will tell." It is quite evi
dent that just as fine stock can ha
raised in this country as in any
other part of (lie world, if tho same
care in breeding and feeding is he
stowed. POLICE COURT.
Fkidav, Aug. 13th.
Kauinui (w.) and Knuilili (w.)j
opium in possession. Knuilili plead
ed guiltj'. Haiti labor 20 days, 50
fine and $ I costs. Not pios entered
in case of Kauinui.
A. Ryan; drunkenness.
Satiiuday, Aug. 14th.
Mnrinno ; assault and battery on
Wong Tni Yuen ; ussault and bat
tery on Yung Tin, 85.30.
Ah Ling; assault and battery on
1'iOTinti: Frmiies and Cornices
made to order, old Frames repaired,
regilded, etc. King Bros'. Art Store.
Dll. FLIN't'H llEAUT JtKMKOV is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease nnd nlso for Discuses of Kidnoys
nnd Circulation. Descriptive book
with ovory bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Agents. ;i54
For fine Ice Cream, Cakes nnd
Candies, go to the reliable Elite Ice
Cream Parlors, 85 Hotel street. Their
Ice Cream is recognized ns the best
in town by nil connoisseurs. 01
Q "Tin; Pi'.v is
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swords in Hon. Kiiuhtkoti's w
army will not achieve such vie-'"
glories as will tho splendid assoit-o
anient of Gold Pens now on view
gat J. M. Out, Jr., & Co.'s store, t
" Holders to match in styles to suit
S everybody's liking. Get one, anil JH
3 be a eonqueior thereby in love, t
O literature or Inw! ' 403-It f"
Patronize Homo Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. W. Hingley," Uigur
Manufacturer, at the Crystal Soda
Wolks, where he is piopared to fill all
orders at the lowest jiossiblo whole
sale prices. Island orders solicited
and promptly filled. Tho attention
of dealcis is respectfully invited to
tho fact "no license is lequired" to
sell these cigars. Do not forget tho
name J. W. Hingley, nor tho place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel street.
Mil. H.J. HAItT.
Proprietor of the Elite lee Cream
Parlors 85 Hotel Street, Honolulu.
Dear Sir : In answer to your re
quest concerning the meiit of those
3 Wedding and Bridal Cakes, the
quality of Ice Cream and general
supply to our Wedding Dinner of
which you had the catering; wo wisli
to express our perfect satisfaction
with everything. Tho Cakes were
handsomely decorated and looked
most, temptingly. Everybody prais
ed the rich quality and fine flavor of
those cakes. The Ice Cream was
delicious. The meats, salads eet. etc.
were abundant and eaten by all pie-
scnt with great relish.
Wo shall not fail to recommend
your services on all occasions and
remain. Yours truly,
404 2t H. F. Bertelmann.
THE MANAGEMENT OF HUSBANDS.
I came in lo tell how many women
lose their husbands because they
think they arc lovers no longer. I
have been watching a few young
couples lately, and really I some
times feel like shaking one dear
little woman 1 know. When her
Arthur used to court her she used
to look so neat and pretty (and I
think it was the neatness in her
dress that captivated him), but now
she is his wife she is oftencr found
with an untidy dress or her hair in a
very disordered state, tahc claimed
that she was "never fixed up"
around the house, but she made
herself neat for him, as he always
liked to see her so. I am very
much afraid that his love will cool
down unless she keeps up for him
now and always, as he is a very
neat man. I think a woman should
make herself look ns well as she
possibly can without wasting time
or money doing it. Above all things
she should read the papers and keep
up with the times, so as to talk intelli
gently with her husband on topics of
the hour. I heard a charming look
ins hidy say once that she really
thought her husband didn't love her
nny more, as he did not caress her
as he did at first. Now, I came to
the conclusion, after watching them
a few times, that it was her fault in
a great measure. She was irritable
when things did not not suit her,
and every little detail of the clay
was made such a mountain to her,
and she enlarged it when repeating
it to him. lie- soon got tired of
hearing this, and when lie did offer
to be affectionate she repulsed him,
and insisted on finishing her griev
ances, and by that time he was
annoyed too much for any demon
strations of affection. Do you blame
him or her? Aunt Harriet, in
DILKE'S FAREWELL ADDRESS.
Sir Charles Dilke has issued tho
following address to the Chelsea
Gentlemen: You are aware that
the intervention of Queen's l'rcotor
in the case of Crawford vs. Craw
ford, on the plea that said divorce
was pronounced contrary to the
justice of tlio case, has lead to
finding in which tho verdict of Jus
tice Butt has been affirmed. This
decision has been come to without
inj' being allowed to appear by
counsel or to address the jury:
without my being allowed to cross
examine for myself; also without
my being supplied with particulars,
or being given in advance the names
of witnesses, all o( which, under
order of the court," have been freely
supplied to the other side. The
Queen's Proctor, who accepted some
my suggestions for cross-examination
and Sir Walker l'hilleinore, who
maintained my position with con
spicuous ability, appearing, how
ever, not as my advocate, hut ns the
representative of n public olllcial,
were placed under great disadvan
tage by having practically to dis
close the defense helorc evidence
in support of tho charge was given.
I havo always known how dilllcult
my cause would be, even if it were
presented us 1 had reason to sup
pose it would be by ni' own ad
visers, and I have never concealed
it from you, but the method of pro
cedure ordered by tho court intensi
fied the difficulty. As far as my
public life goes, I have no option
but to accept the verdict, while pro
testing once more against its justice.
I can only assure you, as I have
already often solemnly assured you,
and with equal solemnity sworn in
court, that I nui innocent of tlio
charges brought against mo, and re
spectfully and gratefully bid you
farewell. I am yours faithfully,
At nn execution which took placo
a few days since at Versailles, the
head of the culprit escaped from
tho hands of the executioner, who
had seized it immediately after the
fall of the steel triangle, nnd rolled
some distance on the platform. Tho
incident has been made a great deal
of in the press, nnd n medical uinu
hns expressed in nil seriousness the
opinion tlint the head might have
jumped out of the executioner's
hands by n nervous movement. The
iiuiilensnnt occurrence hns cmbold-
ened M- Ch-irton to stir tin nubile .
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uuc.esu ... ma ...... mum .a Bi:iuiiB
very dusty in one of the pigeon-holes
of the Senate. In this Dill, iM.
Charton proposes to abolish the use
of the guillotine, and substitute for
it an electrical apparatus, lie is
one of those who bcliuvc that it is
the duty of society, so long as it
adheres to the practice of capital
punishment, to divest executions ns
far as ' possible of their revolting
character, and to take advantage of
any scientific discovery tending to
minimize the suffering of the con
demned. He admits Hint the guillo
tine wns a grcnt improvement on the
older and cruder ways of putting
criminals to death, but with the
advance of scientilic knowledge it
has, in its turn, become a barbarous
engine. lie maintains that recent
experiments ninde upon the heads
of the guillotined have thrown con
siderable doubt upon the opinion
that has so long prevailed, to the
effect Hint the individual loses the
power of sensation immediately thnt
his head is severed from his body,
and cites the authority of scientific
men to show that the most instan
taneous agent of death is undoubt
edly electricity. He therefore pro
poses that, instead of the guillotine,
an electric apparatus shall be used,
so constructed that the condemned
person can be made to stand on a
plaque representing one pole of the
machine, and tlint when in this posi
tion a suspended plaque, represent
ing the other pole, shall be allowed
to descend until it touches his head.
The current being united by the
medium of the culprit, the life prin
ciple will be instantaneously annihi
lated. Paris Cor. Boston Tran
script. A THRILLING ADVENTURE.
Rev. Thomas 'Ncedham, the Bap
tist evangelist, whoso religious work
in this city is now exciting consider
able attention, among the Baptists,
has had according to his own story,
a very remarkable and interesting
history. When he was but 10 years
of age he went to sea on board an
English vessel bound for South
America. The captain was a very
brutal man and often ill-treated the
lad, and the sailors, not slow to
imitate the example of their su
perior, also made the boy an object
of nil manner of petty abuse. One
of the seamen, just before the ar
rival of the vessel at her destina
tion, took young Necdhani, and,
tying him to the mast, proceeded to
tattoo the boy's arms and a portion
Of his body, the crew regarding the
matter in the light of a joke. Ar
riving at South America, Kcedham
was placed on shore, and deserted
in the midst of a howling wilder
ness. Left to roam at will in the
midst of dangers, it was not long
before the boy was captured by a
band of I'atngonian Indians, a tribe
which, according to the reverend
gentleman's statement, had a cus
tom of serving up human flesh at
This would certainly have been
his fate hncl not the Indians, on re
moving his clothes, discovered the
pictures on his arms. One of the
figures was a cross. This emblem
of the Christian religion for these
rude savages had, on one or two
occasions, become intimately ac
quainted with missionaries so
touched their savage hearts that they
instantly determined to spare his
life. The scene must have been
very impressive, for Mr. Nccdham
states that he saw tears coursing
down the checks of his captors.
After that he was taken care of by
the l'ntagonians such good care, in
fnct, thnt for nine years, although
his ellbrts were ceaseless, he was
unable to escape them. "They re
garded me," he says, "as a god,"
though perhaps they valued him ns
a work of art. At any rate, his
sojourn with them was of long dura
tion, and when lie was finally able
to return to civilization, it was as a
man ready to serve his Creator for
the protection afforded him amid
Mr. Ncedhnni spoke at the Fifth
Baptist Church yesterduy morning,
afternoon and evening. He is an
Irishman, about 40 years of age,
and speaks with a rich brogue. lie
is short of statue, has a round, red,
and lleshy face, aud looks not un
like a Js'ow York ward politician,
His hair is very black, and a heavy
mustache of the snmo color covers
his mouth. In preaching he speaks
rapidly, uses good Knglish, and
renders his subjects interesting by
numerous illustrations and anec
dotes. Ilia manner is earnest and
vory forcible. In his sermons yester
day he spoke of the fair appearance
of sin aud the impossibility of re
sisting it without the aid of religion.
"It is useless," ho said, "to attempt
to curb tho human passion. You
may pet this old Adam nature as
much as you like, but the nattiro
remains the snmo, and will assert
itself in .the course of time. Tho
only power that will clinngo it is
Mr. Needhnm bus been preaching
for several years, and hns held lueut-
lixx''G and Important
CREDIT TRADE SALE !
Wo have no Ivel hiMriictlo.v from Mews. II. HACKFELD & CO., to sell nt
public miction, nl their Store, Queen Street, on a lihcrnl credit to tho trmlo
Oi fBlimstey, Tlmrsflay, Friflay ai' Saturday,
August ISth, Illlli, '.'0th nml LMst, commencing nt 10 o'clock a m. each ilny,
their Enttiu Stock of
Dry (roods and
A follows: A Inmc Stock of Urv Good",
'nK- Tnllors' G oih Doeskins' llui ksklni, Meltons, Cotton ami I.lueu Drills,
Moleskins. Flnnncls. In nnv color or Oiuil
HOrlmeill f Dri.4S Ooo,9) , sllk Woo, nlK
hocus anil stockiug!-, woolen lllnukct?, In nil elzcs nml colors; n inrgc assortment
of Cotton and Woolen Shirt?. A large vuilcty or Frtncv Oood9, lVrfumery, Hair
Oils, Toilet Soaps, etc., etc. English and Australian Saddles, assorted utyles.
A Stock of Liquors,
As follows: Hrniulk's, Gin, WliUkcy, Ithino Wine. Cmrct, Clininpagne, St. Pnuli
nnd other hrnnils of Gcrmt.ii Beers, ISnglish Ales; Gcrmnn nnd Havana Cigars; n
large and vnrled assortment of Crockery and Hardware, Wrapping Paper, Mnrket
Hnskcts; nu ns'ottnienl of Groceries, Soaps, Ollvo Oil, Vinegar in dcmlJohii9 and
kegs, Paints and Oils, Coal ami Sugnr Hncs, nil sizes; White Bros.' Portland nnd
German Cvmeiil, Wool P.iol; and Kilter Press Cloth?, nnd a large assortment of
General Merchandise loo irunerous lo pnrticulnrizc.
3? TIM? Sale oilers f-probil inducements for Sloiekcercrs to replenish their
StocK, ns tliu Goods will ho sold without reserve. Terms Lihcrnl nml mnde known
at Sale. (10:i5t) K. P. ADAMS & CO., Auctioneers.
ings in most of tho large cities
throughout the country, lis well as I
in Kngland. Ho has been in Wash- ,
mgton for some time and is well re-
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A PROPOSED UNION OF THE CHRISTIAN
Tho following paragrapli concern
ing Christian Union, which recently
appeared in the Catholic Jirrr of
Baltimore, is attracting some atten
tion among Protestant papers:
"Before entering into any such alli
ance the principles should be made
clear and the parties should be quite
candid with one another and mod
erate in their views. Now, here
would be the ground: Catholics arc
firmly convinced that it is better lo
be a Protestant than an infidel ; will
Protestants regard Catholics in the
same light ? 11 this point he agreed
upon the " rest is easy enough.
Catholics would lend Protestants
all the assistance in their power
keep their children from becomi
renegades to the camp of infidelity 1
from their faith if Protestants would i
aid us in the same way." i
CLOTHINC AND TEMPERATURE.
When we have to wear the cus
tomary dress clothing at night let us
beware of draughts or sudden
changes of temperature. Going
from a. room on one fiat to one on
another, especially if overheated by
dancing, is dangerous in this way.
It is rarely that houses are so
thoroughly heated that no chill is
felt when the apartments are ex
changed for the hall or the stair
case. Troublesome as it may be,
the only safeguard is to carry with
us some form of light wrap which
can be thrown over the head, neck
and shoulders. When we go out
into the open air from a crowded
entertainment, wraps should be as
light as is consistent with thickness
and warmth. An impoitnnt point of
an hostess' duty is lo see that her
guests' overcoats and coats aie kept
in a warm place, where there is no
possibility of a wet mackintosh
being thrown down on the shawl
which a delicate visitor will wrap
about throat nnd chest. A wrap
which is thoioughly dry nnd warm
not only feels comfortable, but acts
as a great security against outside
THE DEMAND FOR REST.
There is an old saying tlint has
frightened a great ninny people
from taking the rest that nature
demanded for them, "Nino hours
nro enough for a fool." That may
ho, and not too many for a wise
man who feels that he needs them.
Goethe, when performing his most
prodigious literary fonts, felt that he
neeolod ninii hours; what is better,
he took them. We presume it is
conceded by all thoughtful. persons
that tho brain in very young chil
dren, say 1$ or 4 yours of ago, re
quires nil of twelve hours in icst or
sleep. This period is shortened
gradually until, at 14 years of ngu,
the boy is found to need only ten
hours When full-grown and in a
health' condition the man niny find
a night of eight hours hiifiicient to
repair tho exhaustion of the day nnd
now crcnto him for tho morrow.
But if ho discovers that he needs
more sleep he should tnku it. There
is surely something wrong about
him; perhaps a loryottuu wabto
must bo repuiied. His sleep evi
dently bus not been made up, nud
until it hns nml ho cnu spring to his
work with un exhilaration for it ho
should sensibly conclude to lot his
instinct control him and stay in
bed. Domestic Monthly.
A brilliant young man may mukea
sensation ; but it is the steady-going
average chap that wins in tlio long
run, and slays there. New Or
A veracious Alaskan traveler de
clares that in that frozen county
mosquitoes actually kill hears. The
animal goes into the swamps to cat
berries, the insects attack his eyes,
bruin sits up to fight them, sinks
Into tho mud, becomes blind and
Puukaii Sugar Co. Police.
npiIKKK will I o a Special Meeting of
X the Stockholders of the J'AUIvAA.
HUGAltCO. nt Ihu eftlr-o of O. Hrnwor
& Co., Honolulu, on M' XDAY, August
10, 18U0, nt IfhHO o'clock a ji. By order
of the Dlrvolois, P. (J.JOJSKS.
4QI til Si'c-'y Paukuu Sugar Co,
such ns Prints. Cotton". Dentin. Tick
It.v: Aleiiiios Keiins. Coliurits. mill u
Collnl1) Men's. Lh.lltV nnd Children's
ESI KING lo dose out our Ship
C'l.aiullerv anil Commission liusi.
, we slml'l sell nt REDUCED
PRICES nml, will closse out our entire
Slock, good-will nnd lenso of premises,
nt n fair viiluniion, to n rcpoiisible
parly. A. W. 1'ElltCE & CO.
Having Fccmcd the Services of
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
.wo are prepnml to execute nil
I or'dctB in
House " or Sign.
IIONOMJI.U PLANING MILLS.
Mortgagee's Notice of
NOTICE is hereby given that in pc
conlance with n Power of Sale
contained in n certain mortgage deed,
dated the 2nd ilny of September, A.D.
1SS1, mndc by Ioane Moluhi of Wnllua
ulcn, Ivnwuihnu, Isliuul of Kauai, to
John Koss of Honolulu, nnd recorded in
tho ollicc of the Registrar of Convoy,
nnces, nt Honolulu, in Liber 01, on
pages 180 nnd 1S1, nnd f or u breach nf
conditions in said mortgage deed con
Ininetl, to wit: the non-payment thereof,
nil mid singular tho premises described
in snid mortgage deed, will, nftcr tho
time limited by h.w, be sold at public
miction in Honolulu.
The property to he sold under the stdd
power of Sale is situated at Lcluo, Ho
nolulu, Island of Oahu, nnd consists of
a House and Lot, more particularly des
cribed in U.P. 22.18, L.C.A. 2133.
JOHN KOSS, Mortgagee.
Ilv W. C. Paukh, his Attorney.
Honolulu, .Inly 21, 18iJli. " 88 3w
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Sodn, Lemnnmlc, Sarsapnrilln,
Fruit Syrups uuri Essences nnd
mndo from tlio pure Apple, nil of which
we guarantee to he the best.
l& We nlso invite pnrties intending
Blurting stores lor the snlc of iced
drinks nnd wishing fountain supplies,
to cull on us hefore going elsewhere.
Tie Crystal Soil Worts,
P. O. Iiox 307, Honolulu.
b complaints have reached me of
late from eoiiiu of inv customers
that they can purchase Ilnwaiiun.made
Boap cheaper than I have teen selling
it, I beg In state thnt 1 have always
transacted my business in a fair and
stinightforwiiid way, clinrging the same
price to ull alike, nnd Belling at n
moderate rate; nnd nt tho same tlmo I
would inform my customers and the
puhllo that from nnd after this dnto my
price will he $7 per 100 lbs.
T. W. KAWLINB.
Honolulu Soap Works, Leleo, Hono
lulu, JunulMst. BO
Crystal Soda forts
ft 00 100
(a 7B 100
Hnw'n Onrringo Mntif 'gjCo.,
K. O. Hall & Son,
Inter-Ishind S, N. Co.,
C. Hrower & Co.,
Wnlluku Sugar Co.,
Heciproclty Sugar Co.,
L. A. THURSTON, Stock Hrokci.
3S Merchant Street. 151 ly
Leaves Honolulu each Tuesday at
4 p.m., touching at Lahaiiia, Man
laea Hay, Makeua, Mahukona, Ku
wnlhue, Laupahoehoe aud Hllo.
Returning, will touch at all the,
alovo ports, arriving at Honolulu
each Saturday afternoon,
THE undersigned Is prepared to fur
nlsh specimens of nil the
Ferns of tho Hawaiian Islands
nt reasonable rates.
Complete Collection cmbrnc.
ing 9 varieties representing 20 fnmilfcs
nrcnarcd to order onl v. These collections
I diplny entire fronds of ench fern with
I roots nnd other Important parts of ench
plnnt. Collections cmbrncing from 20
I to SO varieties ulcgntitly mounted and
decomled with innwes, lichens and sen.
. weeds peculiar to the hl&nds always on
I hand ut Messr. lvit.g P.ro.' Art Store,
, Fort Street, Honolulu,
I5M2K.N SPOH 12H.
Packages of the spores of nil varieties
of ferns found in the group for cole.
These packages m e guaranteed to contain
fresh spores and are f ecu rely put up nnd
accurately iinmcd. Price per pneket 10
Pamphlet containing particulars in
reference to living plants, with a cntn.
logue of the ferns mailed to any nddrcss
within the PoMnl Union upon icceipt of
5 cent stump. Address,
V. U. CLAHKE,
S7 Honolulu, Oahu, II. I.
A. Vol l'roiii .VuBtrlu.
Near the village of Zllllngdorf, in
Lower Austria, lives Marin Haas, an in.
telllgent and Industrious woman, whoso
story of physical snllering nnd llnnl re
lief, ns related by herself, is of interest
to English women. " 1 wns employed,"
she says, " in the work of a large farm
house. Ovcr.work brought on sick
headache, followed by a deathly faint
ing aud sickness of the stomach, until I
wn unnble to retain cither food or
drink. I was c mpcllcd to hike to my
bed for several weeks. Getting a little
better from rest nnd quiet, I sought 1 1
do some work, bul was soon tnkeu wilh
n pain in my side, which in a lillle
while seemed to sprend over my whole
body, nnd throbbed in my every liinh.
Tills wns followed by a cough and
shortness of breath, until anally I could
not sew, and 1 took to my bed for the
second, and, as 1 thought, for the last
time. My friends told e Unit my time
had icnrlyeoine, aud that I could not
live longer thnii when thetiees put on
their green nee more. Then I happen,
cd to gel oue of the Buigel pamphlets.
I rend it, and my dear mother bought
me a bottle of fceigel's Syrup, which I
took exactly uccoidiug lo directions,
and I had nol taken the whole of it be.
foro I felt u great change for tho better.
My hist illness began June . lSS'J, and
continued lo Aucu-,1 Ulh, when 1 began
to tnku the Syrup. Very soon I could
do a little I ght work. The cough left
me, and I was no more troubled in
b cathiug. Now 1 am perfectly cured.
And oh, how happy I ami I ennnot ex.
press gratitude enough for Scigel's
Syrup. Xow I must l-ll you Hint the
doclois in ourdistiict distributed hand,
bills cautioning people against the
medicine, telling them it would do them
no good, nnd many were thereby infiu.
enced lo destroy the Seigel pamphlets;
but now, wheruvcr one is to be found, it
is kept like a relic. The feu preserved
are borrowed to rend, nml I have lent
mine (or six miles mound our district.
People have come eighteen miles lo get
me lo buy tin; medicine for them, kuow
ing that "it cured me, nnd to he sure to
get the right kind. 1 know u woman
who wns looking like death, nnd who
told them there was no help for her,
that she had consulted several doctors,
hut none could help her. 1 lold her of
Seigcl's Syrup, and wrote the name
down for her lhal fhu mit;lil make no
mistake, blie look my novice and Ihu
Syrup, nud now she is in pel tool health,
nnd the people around us arc nmazed.
The medicine hie, made such progress
in our neighboihood -thai people say
they don't want tho doctor any more,
hut they tnke the Syrup. Suil'crers from
gout who were coniluid to iheir bed nnd
could hardly move u linger, hnc been
cuied by it. Theie is a girl in our dis
trict who caught a cold by going
through some water, nnd wns in bed liv'u,
years with eostiveness nud rheumatic
pains, and had lo have an attendant to
watch by her. There was not a doctor
in the surrounding districts to whom
her mother had not applied to relieve
her child, hut every one crossed them
selves nnd said ll.cy could not help her.
Whenever the little hell rang which Is
rung In our place wheu somebody is
dead, we thought surely it wns for her,
but Selgel's Syrup mid Pills saved her
life, nnd now she is a.-, healthy ns nny.
body, goes to church, nnd can work
even in the ticldb. Everybody was as.
tonished when they saw her out, know
ing how mnay years bhe had been iu
lied. To-dnv sho adds her gratitude to
mine for God's mercies nnd Scigel's
Syrup. Maiua. Haas."
The people of England Speak confirm,
ing the above.
A-ftr Muny Venrn.
" Whittle.le.Woods, near Chotlev,
"December 20, 188!J. "
"Dear Sir, Mother Scigel's medicine
sells exceeding well with us, nil thnt try
it speak highly in its favor. We had a
cusu of u young lady that hud been trou.
bled ninny year.-i wilh pains after eating.
She tells us that the pains were entirely
taken awny after u few doses of your
mediclnr. Yours truly, E. Pkkl."
AXtor Hovcr.il Yenm,
"Stoke Kerry, January 0th, 18S1,
"Oentlemeii, 1 have used Sicgel's
Syrup for several years, nnd havo found
it a most elllcucimiH remedy for Liver
complaints nnd general debility, und I
nlwnys keep some by me, nud cannot
speak too highly it. its nrniso 1 re.
main, yours truly, Harriett King."
A.rtor Klxtuon Vonrs.
"05, Ncvgate St eet, Worksop, Notts,
"December i!0th, lfcSJ.
"Gentlemen, It is with the greatest
of pleasure I accord my testimony as to
the efficacy of Mother Selgel's Syrup.
My wife, who Iiuh Millercd from ncuto
Dyspepsia for over tdMt-cu years, is now
perfectly hetlur through the tale help
of your Syrup. I havo sent pounds In
medicines from doctors In fact, 1 he.
gau to think she wns incurable, until
your marvellous medicine was tried,
I remain, yours, thankfully,
Tli a-jfTuotH liuvu loon
"jllford ltond Dispensary, Duklnneld,
" Denr Sir, I am lumpy to inform
you that the sale of your Syrup and Pills
Increases here continually. Several of
my customers Bpeuk of having derived
more benefit from the use of these thau
from any other medicine, Iu some la.
stances the effects have been wonderful.
Yours very respoct fully,
It wly Pko. Kdwin Eastwood, J.B,"
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